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Re: Duplicate Report Suite - Adobe Analytics 23-05-2022
@jan_120 - You can create a new report suite using the dev report suite as the template - it will copy all its settings. Some of the settings aren't copied: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/admin/manage-report-suites/new-report-suite/settings-not-copied-from-rs.html?lang=en

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Re: How is it possible for Adobe Analytics Clickstream Data visit_num column to have value of '0'? - Adobe Analytics 15-04-2022
@akma1991 - visit_num is assigned 0 when that hit was not completely processed due to some reason, like - if it was identified as a bot, or if it was a A4T unstitched hit, or if the hit was opted-out or excluded, etc.Thanks!

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Re: Does Clickstream log IP address and Timestamp - Adobe Analytics 05-04-2022
@SCB - We can check that in the report suite settings in the UI.Analytics > Admin > Report Suites > Edit Settings > General > General Account Settingshttps://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/admin/admin-tools/general-acct-settings-admin.html?lang=en

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Re: Does Clickstream log IP address and Timestamp - Adobe Analytics 05-04-2022
Yes, @SCB .IP address is populated in the 'ip' column whereas timestamp (in GMT) can be found in the 'hit_time_gmt' column. IP address might be obfuscated depending on the report suite settings.https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/export/analytics-data-feed/data-feed-contents/datafeeds-reference.html?lang=enHope this answers your query!

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Re: how to bucket other regions referring traffic to Internal Traffic bucket. - Adobe Analytics 21-03-2022
In that case, I'd recommend that you use IPs and segment out those traffic or use VRS with segment to exclude that in the reporting. I don't think it's possible to move those traffic to Internal/Session Refresh.

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Re: Dynamic File Name in Adobe Analytics Data Feed - Adobe Analytics 15-03-2022
@gbenammi2 - I don't think it is possible as standard Data Feed files use fixed naming conventions: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/export/analytics-data-feed/data-feed-contents/datafeeds-contents.html?lang=en.Though you can work with our Engineering Services team and have a custom data feed setup for you (that might be a paid engagement).Thank you!

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Re: how to bucket other regions referring traffic to Internal Traffic bucket. - Adobe Analytics 15-03-2022
@Maheswar_Reddy - If the traffic from UK, Canada is from different sites - you can easily add those domains to the Internal URL filters of the report suite settings. If the site is same for traffic from UK, Canada, etc., I'm not 100% sure but I don't think it is possible to segregate those as internal traffic in the Traffic Sources report - though you can use the IPs and exclude those in reporting (using segment) or create a Virtual Report Suite excluding that traffic altogether.Hope that makes ...

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Re: Unable to see segment in Data warehouse which I created in Workspace - Adobe Analytics 28-02-2022
@aagk123 - Data Warehouse has certain limitations in terms of components within the segment. For example, Exclude container has some limitation. See the full list here: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/components/segmentation/segment-reference/seg-compatibility.html?lang=en. That's most likely the reason. Let us know if need anything else.

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Re: How can each customer ID have multiple unique visitors? - Adobe Analytics 25-02-2022
@aagk123 - That might be possible. Unique Visitors are identified using different identification methods in Analytics - MID, s_vi/AID, custom visitor ID, etc. So, when visitor ID changes even though the user is logged in with the same customer ID, the reports will show multiple Unique Visitors.Another common reason is to use multiple devices, browsers, etc. - if the same customer is logged into different devices, browsers, Analytics would, by default, treat them as different visitors (unless you...

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Re: The correct time format to pass so that a time based report/alert can be used - Adobe Analytics 17-02-2022
@malixx4 - You could use classification to classify timestamp captured in an evar into Day, Month, etc. Further, Alerts can be set on those classified values: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/analyze/analysis-workspace/virtual-analyst/intelligent-alerts/intellligent-alerts.html?lang=en.Another alternative is to use the getTimeParting plug-in as suggested by @Pankaj_Sabharwal .Thanks!

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